Google Play Games and Google Wallet are among the culprits, though Google Docs and Google Camera also received minor updates.
We talked to an expert about whether the new version of Android will help squash the operating system's unsavory reputation.
Chad Dial, HTC's executive director of emerging devices, lays it down for us in a one-on-one interview.
Googles published a hearty list of last-minute guidelines, just as a reminder of what its new interface aesthetic stands for.
The most exciting part of this news: IFTTT recipes that are coming with it.
It’s called Baton, and it's the first of many features Cyanogen is exploring to entice users toward its forked version of Android.
The move adds credence to Android's new motto: "Be together. Not the same."
It's got powerful internals, a 20-megapixel camera, and a version of Android that isn't annoying to look at—hopefully a stint at Verizon will help it reach more users.
The Nexus 6 is the right size, the right price, and the right move for the Android platform.
The new Google Play Games lets players challenge one another if they're in the same room.
With the Note 4, it feels like Samsung took every little comment stuffed into its cobweb-covered suggestion box and actually listened to what its users want.
In a one-on-one Greenbot interview, HTC's VP of Product Planning tells us "50 percent smartphones and 50 percent other connected devices" might be in the roadmap.
The company finally announces a flagship for a carrier other than T-Mobile.
The brains behind FireChat talks about how hard he's trying "not to f*** this up."
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